Part two of our roundtable pre-election discussion at Epic Roasthouse, 369 The Embarcadero on San Francisco’s scenic waterfront. For more on this fine dining establishment, visit www.epicroasthousesf.com Suggest listening to Episode 13 first. In this episode, we talk about the restaurant, and how it got built, and the history of The Will and Willie show, which ran as the morning show on 960 AM in 2006, and is produced by Paul “Lobster” Wells, of Flow Communications, the duo’s Ed McMahon and Freddie DeCordova rolled into one. We also touch on state and local politics, personalities and propositions, auto dealers, newspapers, gas prices, suv and prius drivers, and more. Technical difficulties prevent Episodes 13 (Ah Ha!) and 14 from being seen in the video version in their entirety. Segments from #13 are being combined with those from #14.
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